Mittwoch, 28. Juni 2017

VA - Primer festival internacional de la canción popular (1973)

When the socialist politician Salvador Allende dramatically won Chile´s presidential election in 1970, a powerful cultural movement accompanied him to power. Folk singers emerged at the forefront, proving that music could help forge the birth of a new society. As the CIA actively funded opposition media against Allende during his campaign, the New Chilean Song Movement (Nueva Canción) rose to prominence, viscerally persuading voters with its music. Victor Jara, a central protagonist at the time, became an icon in Chile, Latin America, and beyond for his revolutionary lyrics and life. Inti-Illimani, Quilapayun, and other musicians contributed by singing before audiences of workers outside factories or campesinos in Chile´s rural countryside.

Primer festival internacional de la canción popular is a live album released on the DICAP label (Discoteca del Cantar Popular). It features artists from Chile (Isabel Parra, Tito Fernandez, Inti-Illimani, Quilapayun, Aparcoa, from Uruguay (Alfredo Zitarossa), from Argentina (Cesar Isella( and from Finland (Agit-Prop).


A1Unknown ArtistObertura
A2AparcoaQue Se Vayan Del Canal
A3Rolando Ojeda Guantanamera
A4Marcelo Dónde Está La Paz
A5Tito FernándezCuando Sea Grande
A6Alfredo ZitarrosaChamarrita De Los Milicos
B1Isabel ParraEn Esta Tierra Que Tanto Quiero
B2Inti-IllimaniCueca De La CUT
B3Flora MargaritaA Un Ave
B4AgitpropPaz, Amistad, Solidaridad
B5César IsellaSoneto 93
B6aQuilapayúnEl Pueblo Unido Jamás Será Vencido
B6bQuilapayúnLas Ollitas

VA - Primer festival internacional de la canción popular (1973)
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